E.A.T Company produces theatre throughout the year, with a main Rep Season showcasing our work in Bristol.
Our debut season at the Alma Tavern and Theatre in Bristol saw us performing two shows in Rep. Jack Thorne's Burying your Brother in the Pavement and Elinor Cook's The Girl's Guide to Saving the World. Both shows were overwhelmingly well received, with four and five star reviews across the board.
This summer we will be taking two brand new productions to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. We will be at the beautiful PQA Venues at Riddles Court. If you're up there, why not come and see us?
Void Information: https://pqavenues.co.uk/event/void/
Bearpit Information: https://pqavenues.co.uk/event/bear-pit/
Bearpit is a devised piece focusing on fate and choice. Void is the winning production from our debut Bristol Playwright Festival.
Come and see the two shows back to back at the wonderful Rondo Theatre in Bath on the 11th and 12th July 2019. Book tickets via: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on/bath/rondo-theatre/bear-pit
Burying your Brother in the Pavement by Jack Thorne - July 2018
Excellent performances by all the cast. Funny, poignant and sad. So many emotions. Brilliant!
THE GIRL'S GUIDE TO SAVING THE WORLD BY ELINOR COOK - July 2018
The Girl’s guide to saving the world was fast paced and witty yet managed to tackle tough conversations within seemingly real relationships. The sharp direction from Frazer Meakin allowed a small stage to become a wide platform to present the complex connections we accumulate, and allowed the concept of loneliness to be reconsidered. Very enjoyable, brilliant performances and excellently directed.